Fans of the Dr. Who series will probably get a kick out of The Doctor Whovian Resource Pack, which brings many of the icons from the show into the realm of Minecraft. The pack features a minimal 32x resolution which should allow all players to use and enjoy it, save for those who happen to be using seriously low-end computers to play Minecraft. Really, 32x is only a little bit bigger than 16x, which is the resolution Minecraft uses for its vanilla textures by default. People who struggle to play Minecraft without resource packs might want to avoid this one – everyone else, keep reading.
It’s always nice when resource packs come with mod support, and wouldn’t you know it, The Doctor Whovian Pack comes with built-in support for the Weeping Angels mod. Weeping Angels are a recurring character in the Doctor Who series, being statues that stand completely still as long as someone is looking directly at them, but become mobile as soon as they aren’t being monitored. They are very creepy things, but thankfully you can enjoy this resource pack without adding them to the game. There are plenty of scary things in this pack without adding any mods to the mix.
For instance, if you have a look at your typical iron golem, it looks a lot more like some awful giant man made out of metal than the big-nosed chunk of iron all covered in vines which people are used to seeing in vanilla Minecraft. Many of the raw ore blocks have been revamped into these cubes which appear to be made of some glowing material, which makes them more viable for building and construction than ever before.
The Doctor Whovian Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.8 Changelogs
- Added font
- Added animated netherack
- Added animated quartz ore
- Added animated nether brick
- Better iron pickaxe
- Fixed enchanting menu
- Added resource pack selection arrows
- Added server selection arrows
- Fixed Great Intelligence Snowmen
- Added Dalek Mod 1.8 Public Test support (cannot test yet)
Download Links for The Doctor Whovian Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X